Bumworks Cloth Diaper Sprayer Review
- Ease of Use/Instillation
- Relative Price
The Bumworks Cloth Diaper Sprayer is a good option for those looking for a metal cloth diaper sprayer, and the low score on this review can be attributed to two things: stiff competition from the other cloth diaper sprayers we reviewed here, and a lack of response from Kaydee Baby.
To explain, I found the other sprayers we reviewed (you can find a list of them here) were a bit easier to control in terms of water pressure, had a sprayer mounts that were better in design, and we’re a bit more helpful with instillation instructions. The warranties on other sprayers are also clearly spelled out on their website and on retailer sites, whereas I couldn’t find any warranty for the Bumworks sprayer listed anywhere. To be fair, I contacted Kaydee Baby both on Facebook and by email long before this review went live, but have yet to hear back from them, which has me doubting both the warranty and level of customer service (some of the other cloth diaper sprayer companies vow to return emails in 24 hours, and do). If however, I hear from them I will immediately update this review.
Until then, I can speak to the solid construction and nice appearance to the sprayer. Even though it’s not my first or second choice, it is priced accordingly, so I have no problem including here on my list of cloth diaper sprayers to consider.
- All metal construction, except for sprayer mount
- Easy to install, if you know what you’re doing
- Well priced
- Manufacturer, Kaydee Baby, is not very responsive (I will update this if they respond to my queries)
- The t-valve (piece that connects the sprayer to the water line, and acts as an on/off switch) is finicky and it can be difficult to get good water pressure
- The hanger for the sprayer is a bit small/poorly designed, so the sprayer can fall off on some toilets
- Instillation instructions not as clear as they could be
- Will not work with the Diaper Dawgs spray collar
How to Install the Bumworks Sprayer
For some reason, this cloth diaper sprayer is listed on a lot of spammy looking sites offering reviews that have plainly wrong information, but I spent some time and combed the internet to find the few real reviews that exist. Here they are:
“The Bumworks Cloth Diaper Sprayer is my favorite by far…. It has a powerful spray that really breaks up any kind of left-over “stuff” hanging around on the cloth diaper.“
“The reason I picked this one is because the [spray head] is made of metal. It’s made of brass, and a lot of the other mainstream diaper sprayers, the handle is made of supposedly really durable plastic, but I know that plastic doesn’t really last very long. “